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As a diverse group of girls, our activities and interests are extremely varied! Yet combined, it reflects our hearts of service to the University and surrounding communities. Because we believe in the intrinsic worth of each individual, Chi Omega strives to enrich the lives of all its members. Here are a few highlights of different activities Chi O’s are involved in! Anywhere you look on campus, you will see a Chi Omega.  We love getting involved at Auburn, and many of our favorite activities are listed below.  Our members participate in many more organizations than are shown here, so if you don’t see something you are interested in please contact us and we will provide you with more information!

Campus involvement is important not only because it allows networking with Auburn students and alumni, but campus involvement helps you to develop leadership skills necessary to succeed in careers after Auburn.
— Kendall Baecher, Director of Campus Activities

 
 
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#2 in Grades for all of Greek Life

 
 
 Extra studying = Extra time spent in our fav local coffee shops!

Extra studying = Extra time spent in our fav local coffee shops!


Top 5 Miss Homecoming

This year our Miss Homecoming candidate, Maddy Hickman made us so proud! Her platform centered around ensuring that local high school students have the resources they need to pursue higher education. Maddy is also the current Director of Marketing for Chi O and serves as Chief of Staff for Auburn University Dance Marathon.


Top 5 Miss Auburn

This year, we had the HONOR of campaigning for not one, but two Chi O candidates for Miss Auburn. These women ran alongside three other incredible Auburn women for the role of serving as Miss Auburn. Bria and Bailey also serve as War Eagle Girls. Bailey was the Director of Programming in the 2017 year and Bria is our current president. We are so incredibly proud of these girls.


Community Involvement

To be Miss National Peanut Festival is to be a part something much greater than yourself. I got to be an ambassador for the Peanut capital of the world! I was able to travel and represent both my committee and farmers all throughout the Wire-grass area.
— Avery Wilson, Miss National Peanut Festival
 
 
I love that as miss watermelon I am a representative for the industry and I get to represent all aspects of watermelon production. I have had a blast learning and am making relationships that will last a lifetime
— Sarah Jane Levine, Miss Watermelon